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$336.10 Color 5.7" 60MHz Oscilloscope SDS1062CE any good?


Just saw another low cost oscilloscope on dealextreme. Anyone own this model please write some review here.

- Model: SDS1062CE
- 5.7" color TFT LCD display (320*234)
- Bandwidth: 60MHz
- Channels: Dual Channels + One External Trigger Channel
- Real-time Sample Rate: 2Gsa/s max
- Equivalent-time Sample Rate: 50Gsa/s
- Memory Depth: 18K/CH (single channel), 9K (double channel)
- Rise Time: <5.8ns
- Input impedance: 1M ohm ||15Pf
- Timebase Range: 5.0ns/div-50s/div
- Vertical Sensitivity: 2mv-5v/div (1-2-5 sequence)
- Vertical Resolution: 8 bit
- Trigger types: Edge, pulse, video, slope, alternative
- External save: Bitmap save, CSV save, waveform save, setting save
- Support 12 different languages display
- Support waveform recording & playback function
- Support digital self-tuning & Screen-saver functions
- Interfaces: USB Host + USB Device + RS-232 + Pass/Fail
- Package included:
- 1 * Oscilloscope
- 1 * USB cable
- 1 * Software CD
- 2 * Probes
- 1 * Power cable
- 1 * Chinese manual
Specifications  Dimensions: 12.01 in x 6.06 in x 5.24 in (30.5 cm x 15.4 cm x 13.3 cm)
Weight: 85.01 oz (2410 g)

To tell you the truth I wouldn't go for it due to the low memory. I am a memory hog nowadays.

That  same model is also sold under Atten brand at cca 750 USD price...

2 Gs/s spec is nice, but memory depth is not...

I wonder if it is hack-upgradeable to 100 MHz like early Rigol fw versions, they should be based on the same design.

I don't own this scope, so FWIW.

Siglent is Atten's brand for its scopes, it seems like a take off on 'Agilent'.   I think they are going to focus the brand "Atten" increasingly to other test equipment.

At $336, I don't think its worth the money, given its only a handful of $$ different from Rigols' 1052E from the same dealer, and Rigol has a much better reputation.


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